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Full text of "The manufacture and properties of iron and steel"

INDEX TO TABLES.
OPEN-HEARTH FURNACE.             3                    PAGE
VIII-A  Distribution of heat in the producer...................    153
VIII-B   Distribution of heat in the furnace.....................    155
VIII-C   Distribution of heat in producer and furnace combined..    157
FUEL.
I'X-A Products of combustion of hard and soft coal..............    159
IX-B Loss of heat in products of combustion....................    160
IX-C Heat lost in producer ash................................    164
IX-D Heat lost by C02 in gas...................................    165
IX-B Waste gases from reverberatory furnaces.................    172
IX-P Calculations on'waste gases from reverberatory furnaces...    172
ACID  OPEN-HEARTH.
X-A   Elimination of metalloids in an open-hearth charge........    181
X-B    History of metal and slag in an acid furnace..............    182
X-C    Reduction of ore..........................................    183
X-D    Slag and metal at different periods.......................    184
BASIC OPEN-HEARTH.
XI-A   Composition of slag and metal from seventeen heats.......    193
XI-B    Elimination of phosphorus and carbon during melting----    194
XI-C    Relative value of limes with 3.0 and 7.0 per cent of SiOz. ..    195
XI-D   Relation between SiO* and FeO in basic slags..............    198
XI-E   Maxima and minima in the heats composing Table XI-D .    198
XI-F   Unstable basic open-hearth slags.........................    200
XI-G   Normal basic open-hearth slags..........................    200
XI-H   Basic open-hearth slags after melting....................    201
XI-I     Basic open-hearth slags before recarburizer..............    202
XI-J    Elimination of sulphur by calcium chloride.............,    203
XI-K   Data on the use of calcium chloride......................    203
XI-L    Slag analyses of- twenty-seven basic heats.................    205
CONSIDERATION   OF   CERTAIN   SPECIAL  METHODS  AND   SOME   ITEMS AFFECTING THE COST OF MANUFACTURE.
XII-A    Composition of metal and slag in making transfer steel..    209
XII-B    Comparison of data in Tables X-B and XII-A............    210
XII-C    Record of "all pig" basic open-hearth heats at Steelton...    212
XII-D    Reactions in the Talbot process.........................    214
XII-E    Elimination of sulphur in the Talbot furnace............    215
XII-F.    Representative heats at Kladno..........................    219
XII-G    Oxygen needed for a pig-iron charge....................    225
XII-H   Oxygen used in the Talbot furnace.....................    226
XII-I     Silica in the Talbot furnace.............................    227